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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Originally posted by DeputyChiefGonzo View Post
    Here's what the pet masks look like..


    They come in different sizes...


    One in use...
    CHIEF! You step into a time-warp? You look YOUNGER! and ya, didnt quite "fall off the face", but perty close. Home computer took a critical dive off the "High Virus Board" and is unrecoverable, also been pretty busy too.

    As for the "doggie-deli"... what will they think of next, eh?

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  • DeputyChiefGonzo
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    Here's what the pet masks look like..


    They come in different sizes...


    One in use...

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  • dmleblanc
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    A doggie deli? They shouldn't let dogs run a deli, they're very irresponsible. That's probably how the fire started.

    Seriously, what won't those Canadians think of next?

    I have administered O2 to a dog before though, but we don't have the doggie masks. I just improvised with a regular NRB.

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  • GTRider245
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    We have a whole other set of O2 masks on the trucks just for pets...

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  • DeputyChiefGonzo
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    Holy crap, Rick... I thought you fell off the face of the earth!

    Really??? A doggie deli??
    I know of a few of these businesses. They do quite well.

    We have these masks on our rigs, too. Ours were donations from residents and veterinarians. They are a great PR tool.
    Last edited by DeputyChiefGonzo; 05-03-2011, 01:28 PM.

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  • nmfire
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    The store, which opened in 2008, was Edmonton’s first restaurant exclusively for dogs. It also sells treats, pet accessories, and offers pet grooming services.
    Really??? A doggie deli??

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  • MalahatTwo7
    started a topic Dog saved by fire-truck oxygen mask

    Dog saved by fire-truck oxygen mask

    Dog saved by fire-truck oxygen mask

    Two bulldogs die in pet restaurant blaze

    By Brent Wittmeier, edmontonjournal.com May 2, 2011

    EDMONTON - Two bulldogs are dead but a pit bull was revived using an oxygen mask after a strip mall fire in Edmonton’s west end on Monday afternoon.

    Firefighters were called to Doggie Deli, located at a strip mall at 151 Street and Stony Plain Road, after a 911 call at 4:15 p.m., said Edmonton Fire Rescue spokesman Tim Wilson.

    Crews found the store locked, but were able to bring the fire under control within half an hour.

    Firefighters found two dogs dead from smoke inhalation, but revived the third using an oxygen mask designed for animals. Such masks are carried in every pump truck.

    “The district chief drove the dog to a veterinarian to receive emergency treatment,” said Wilson. “The last he checked in, the dog was doing well.”

    The store, which opened in 2008, was Edmonton’s first restaurant exclusively for dogs. It also sells treats, pet accessories, and offers pet grooming services.

    This fire is under investigation.

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    twitter.com/wittmeier

    Read more: http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/...#ixzz1LHzztMj9

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